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dseppi
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Adding a column post query

HI!

 

I recently connected PowerBI desktop to Dynamics online. When I connected the table Opportunities I filtered a majority of the columns before saving the query. Everything worked great. Unfortunately, I missed a column. Does anyone know how to go back and grab that column without having to create a new data table and merging it with the original table? i.e. it would be great if I could go back to the Opportunity table and click the checkbox to simply add the column I left out.

 

Thanks for any insights!

 

DS

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dseppi
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Re: Adding a column post query

Disregard. I figured it out. I went to the nav bar on the right of the query where it lists the steps I had taken, clicked on Removed Columns step, which pulled up the filter I had placed. I was able to easily add it back in by checking the "createdon" column.

 

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dseppi
Frequent Visitor

Re: Adding a column post query

Disregard. I figured it out. I went to the nav bar on the right of the query where it lists the steps I had taken, clicked on Removed Columns step, which pulled up the filter I had placed. I was able to easily add it back in by checking the "createdon" column.

 

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